In a surprise move because we expect Microsoft to keep all announcements until the Ignite conference rolls around next week, Microsoft released four new administrative roles to help Office 365 tenants to manage Teams more effectively, especially when the complexity of the Teams infrastructure for video and audio meetings and calling scales up.
Four New Roles
This move is to help organizations move from Skype for Business Online to Teams. Office 365 tenant administrators already have the necessary rights to manage Teams through the Teams and Skype for Business Admin Center or PowerShell. In small tenants, it’s likely that the tenant administrator will manage Teams along with all the other workloads. However, if you run a larger tenant, you can assign the new administrative roles to users to allow them to perform specific management actions for Teams. The new roles are: Continue reading